5th Annual Climate Crisis Art Exhibit is open, as of Jan 7
Go to www.climatecrisisartexhibit.org
This is a unique community-wide art show, in which artists at different ages express their understanding of impacts of global heating. The dire nature of the climate crisis is illustrated. Many artists also contrast such a future with a more livable, cleaner world if we take action to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
The "Home" page contains an introduction and instructions for navigating the website.
In this FREE exhibit, visitors may review "All Artworks," in which all 110 pieces are listed in alphabetical order. Through the "Age Categories" tab, the art may be seen in the groups Adult, College, High School, Middle School, and Elementary School.
Some artworks are accompanied by a "Curator Science Comment," which discusses the science behind the piece.
On the "People's Choice Voting" page, viewers may cast a ballot for their favorite piece, and become eligible for prizes, including $150.
Inspired by the exhibit, we suggest visitors review the "Act Now" page, which contains many steps to combat the climate crisis. Something for everyone is included.
"Current Winners" explains the criteria for the judged awards and the award prizes. After announcement of the winners, they will be posted on this page.
The "Previous Winners" page highlights award winning art pieces from years 1 through 4, with demographics for each piece. Enjoy some of the best work from earlier shows.
"Contact Us" contains links for the Waco Friends of Peace website, the Director's email, the organization Facebook page, and for joining our email list. If you would like to be involved in our work, be sure to click "join the mailing list."
If you enjoyed the show and found it informative, we ask that you tell your friends, family, and colleagues, and share the web address. Increasing awareness will help us win the climate struggle and preserve a livable planet.
Alan D. Northcutt, M.D.
Curator & Photographer
Adrian A. Northcutt
Webmaster, Technical Director
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